Next-Generation Ford Everest Will Debut On March 1
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Next-Generation Ford Everest Will Debut On March 1

The next-generation Ford Everest's launch is upon us, and we only have a few weeks to wait until it finally gets unveiled.

Ford Motor Company will give the world front-row seats to the reveal of the next-generation Ford Everest on March 1 at 3:00 pm via Ford Philippines’ Facebook and YouTube channels.

An event not to be missed, viewers will hear from Ian Foston, chief platform engineer, and Max Wolff, design director, who will take them on a deep dive into next-gen Ford Everest. They’ll explore its bold design, adventure-ready capability, enhanced safety and premium interior comfort.

“Our intention from the beginning was to communicate the capability of next-gen Everest with a modern, strong exterior design,” Wolff said. “On the interior, we created a sanctuary with premium appointments in which customers could feel relaxed and in control, no matter what was going on outside.”

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The next-generation Ford Everest will of course be mechanically related to the recently-unveiled Ranger. Expect a 2.0-liter diesel in single- and twin-turbo configurations that will be carried over from the previous model. In the outgoing Ranger, the single-turbo motor produced 180 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque, while the twin-turbo diesel produced 210 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. Likewise, the all-new Ranger’s 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel engine will most likely be the top-of-the-range choice, though no power figures were given by Ford for this engine.

As for features, expect stuff like the latest SYNC4 infotainment that first debuted in the Mustang Mach-E. In the case of the new Ranger, this is controlled via a 10.1- or 12-inch portrait touch screen. A fully-digital instrument cluster will also definitely be offered, just like in the all-new Ranger.

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